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LANDSCAPE_DOODLE_THING by donmalo LANDSCAPE_DOODLE_THING by donmalo
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zeedurrani Featured By Owner May 15, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I feel like the big rock in the foreground is just there for no reason or it's at least taking up too much space.

Was there a reason for that ? Just curious :)

Love the colours in this btw!
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donmalo Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks, buddy!
Well I decided to keep the huge rock as a foreground element. This leads the eye to the more important part of the image.
And…
toooo lazy to paint more :D
Cheers
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zeedurrani Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Definitely leads the eye :)
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donmalo Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
:)
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julygreedy Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You are so incredible, I mean your landscapes are looking so real, just like a photo. Do you have any landscapes photos where you get the ideas from or do you just think about something and paint it? (if someone else already asked this question, I'm terrible sorry ^^")
just wanted to say that, because your pictures make me so happy :) please keep doing your awesome work :D
(sorry for the bad english, it is not my mother tounge ^^")
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donmalo Featured By Owner May 10, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks so much for the kind words!

As for the image - Sometimes I use references. Mostly for texturing.
Thinking and watching are the most important things.
Every information is out there. Just keep your eyes open when you have a walk.
You'll see so much in that time. Try to store the information somewhere (brain, sketchbook, etc.) and developed some ideas of what you have seen.

The rest is just painting.

Thanks agin for the kind words!
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